Marrakech’s air has a unique taste that is spicy, pungent, and minty. Enter Jamaa el-Fna square, a main market place and local attraction, and you’ve got an exciting experience already. Snake hisses, airy bazaars, heavy drum beats, and the dialects of the main languages Arabic and Tamazight, and even Castilian Spanish and French, are common sounds all over the growing city. When you settle down for a cup of mint tea, you will appreciate that the hustle and bustle of “Rose City” is the same today as it was hundreds of years ago. Salmon painted modern buildings continue to reflect the red-clay, on which the country is founded upon, while mirroring the awe-inspiring, ancient architectural precision.